The Weekly Measure: Paid Media Trends, HTTPS Deadline & Personalization Fails
The Weekly Measure is a collection of curated internet marketing news taken from sites all around the web. The newsletter covers the latest in content marketing, paid search, social media, search engine optimization, email marketing and link building industry updates. Also, provided each week is a global schedule of upcoming internet marketing conferences featuring industry experts from numerous organizations, including Vertical Measures. Add the Weekly Measure to your reading list and stay current with all the changes in the digital world.
If your company wants to leverage the power of content marketing, then a more refined understanding of who is actually participating with the company is necessary.
– Vertical Measures
Want new moves that you can add to your paid media playbook to make sure you stay ahead of the competition? Here are 5 Paid Media Trends to be aware of in 2018.
– Search Engine Journal
An update to Google AdWords Express will help ensure advertisers never miss another customer call thanks to push notifications.
– Vertical Measures
Let the magic 8 ball highlight some of the top predictions for 2018 from industry experts. Then, find out what Vertical Measures believes will hold true in 2018.
Search Engine Optimization
Google set a deadline for July 2018, when Chrome will begin warning users about insecure web pages. Failure to upgrade to HTTPS may result in losses to organic traffic.
Email Marketing is an easy, inexpensive tool that can provide e-commerce entrepreneurs with a number of benefits that bring weekly subscribers,
– Campaign Monitor
Avoid personalization fails and create email marketing content that customers crave. Campaign Monitor shares ways to make sure your emails convert.
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